Fort McMurray First Nation
Fort McMurray First Nation is a Cree and Chipewyan band government located near Fort McMurray, Alberta. It is a member of the Athabasca Tribal Council and a Treaty 8 nation. The Athabasca Tribal Council represents 5 First Nation bands in northeast Alberta.Fort McMurray First Nation is governed by a Chief and one councillor.
The Fort McKay First Nation was originally part of the same Band, but split off in 1942.
As of September 2013 the Fort McMurray First Nation had a total population of 702 with 277 members living on reserve and 425 members living off-reserve.
Fort McMurray #468 First Nation reserves of ca. 31 km² include:
- Clearwater #175 is located on the Clearwater River 7 miles southeast of Fort McMurray (population 0 in 2011)
- Gregoire Lake #176 located 35 km southeast of Fort McMurray is the largest of the four and the most populated.(population 274 in 2011)
- Gregoire Lake 176A (population 0 in 2011)
- Gregoire Lake 176B
- Fort McMurray First Nation - Athabasca Tribal Council
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